5th Annual 4th of July Reflection

There is much to be really disappointed and sad about this 4th of July. Hold off on the celebrations until the national assault–chaired by our current president–on minorities and freedom comes to a halt. Instead of a regular reflection, I have provided several poems that provide critical insight into this nation’s sickness. Such artful and insightful expressions give us some solace. I hope you enjoy them.

Thanks, Dr. Andrew Joseph Pegoda



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  1. Enjoyed this. Worth the time it took to experience it!

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